Even though we call this NJWILDBEAUTY, readers know my steps frequently stray to nearby states, in quest of the Nature I MUST have! This series reveals the wildflower preserve below New Hope, on a December morning walk. Stroll with me.
And yes, I’m going to mention our era’s most critical challenge — catastrophic climate change. These greens do not belong at Bowman’s in December!
NJWILDBEAUTY readers are used to my proclaiming that Nature doesn’t close her doors with the advent of Labor Day. Great beauty awaits, on all trails, outdoors, — with particularly special effects in winter.
Once again, though, none of this could we see, and perhaps much of it would not exist, were it not preserved through Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve. A team of volunteers recently created a human chain to walk the last deer, allowed in by Sandy-destruction of fences, out to the wild beyond, where they belong. Now all the glorious flowers can erupt in safety, once again. Support your local non-profit; preserve your nearby open lands.